Speech and Language Therapy

Communication facilitates a child's ability to learn, explore, and interact with others.  Delays in the  proper development of speech and language skills can contribute to social and academic difficulties.

Speech-language pathologists work closely with clients and families to address a variety of communication and feeding difficulties. Speech-language therapy consists of individualized intervention to aid children in developing the skills necessary for appropriate communication and/or feeding skills.

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The speech-language pathologists at Just Kids Speech Therapy provide comprehensive evaluations and specialized intervention for all clients.

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Speech-language pathologists provide evaluations and treatment for: 

  • Receptive language

  • Expressive language

  • Pragmatic language/social skills

  • Articulation and phonology

  • Apraxia of speech

  • Fluency/stuttering

  • Reading and written language

  • Oral motor

  • Problem feeders/oral-sensory aversion

  • Myofunctional (Tongue thrust)